Fully Injected teammate and 30 year sprint car veteran, Rod George, returned to victory lane at Mercer Raceway Park in Mercer, Pennsylvania last night, September 3rd, during regular weekend action; coming from the fifth row to win the 25 lap 410 sprint car main event. He was joined in the top five by teammate and Hermitage, Pennsylvania native, Adam Kekich. Kekich is soon to wrap up his first year in 410 sprint car competition. The 18 year old finished fifth in last night’s Mercer Raceway Park feature event after being in winning contention for much of the race.
Other young Fully Injected teammates, Brandon Spithaler and Brandon Matus, added top 10’s to the already impressive ‘FI’ results list last night at Mercer Raceway Park. Evan City, Pennsylvania native, Brandon Spithaler, was 7th in the 25 lap main event; while Brandon Matus, who still is having problems finding that sweet spot at the Mercer bullring, finished ninth.
25 year sprint car veteran, Scott Priester, finished tenth in last night’s Mercer 410 sprint car feature event. He piloted his own familiar red machine at the Mercer, PA bullring due to his involvement in an accident last night at Lernerville Speedway in his usual Mercer ride: the Dionise no. 15.
(From Top to Bottom: Brandon Matus, Scott Priester, and Brandon Spithaler.) Team Fully Injected racked up multiple top ten finishes last evening at Mercer Raceway Park by drivers including Brandon Matus, Scott Priester, and Brandon Spithaler – Rick Rarer Photos
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